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Your /etc/grub.d/10_lupin contains an error in line 26: data otdir="${prefix}/share" should be datarootdir="${prefix}/share" To restore that file just reinstall package lupin-support sudo apt-get install --reinstall lupin-support


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You should be able to dual boot. Did you leave fast boot in UEFI on. That often is the major issue, as booting Windows is required to be fast per Microsoft. And then vendors rely on Windows menu entry to get into UEFI. But when Windows does not work? And did you leave fast startup in Windows on? You may be able to directly get into UEFI with full power ...


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Open up a terminal from the Live USB and type blkid This will show you partition info. Here's the output on mine: /dev/sda1: LABEL="System Reserved" UUID="<removed>" TYPE="ntfs" PARTUUID="<removed>" /dev/sda2: UUID="<removed>" TYPE="ntfs" PARTUUID="<removed>" /dev/sda3: UUID="<removed>" TYPE="ntfs" ...


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This sounds like a messed up installation that is hard to fix. Easier would be to install again with a live-usb/cd install. You can use a tool like Universal USB Installer to create a bootable USB stick or burn the image to a CD. wubi doesn't work very well in some cases so starting the live system and install will be much easier.


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Considering that you are running Windows 10 and the last version of Wubi said that it does not support anything higher than 7, I would say that it could be dangerous to install Ubuntu this way. But hey, as long as you back everything up on your Windows partition and are willing to reinstall it all from scratch, I'd say give it a try! Sometimes the best way ...



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